11 April 2018

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It is fitting to end our term with PRENDIVILLE DAY.

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Prendiville Day has many aspects to it and this year there is even more. It is a day to support the Archbishop’s Lifelink appeal whilst at the same time celebrating all that is Prendiville. The day is always a festive one and made so by the amazing contribution and participation of our student body. This year we will have a number of special events that will add to the day:

1. We will have a special Prendiville Day Liturgy

2. Our Liturgy will also incorporate our annual ANZAC day ceremony as ANZAC day will be in the school holidays.

3. Mrs Cissy Petkovich will also present a special medallion to our College which was gifted to her from the Prendiville family and was a sacred medal of Redmond Prendiville.

4. We will also reveal the new House Mascots as part of our growing commitment to promoting the uniqueness of each House.


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Last Friday was a sea of colour as approximately 500 students represented their Houses and participated in the Annual House Cross Country Carnival. It was a brilliant event with so many students voluntarily participating and representing their House with spirit and determination. The swell of House pride was palpable and it was fantastic to see the House Leaders in action working together. Thank you to the Health and Phys Ed team for all their background coordination and organisation.

Joining the students were a large number of our staff and we are always inspired by Mr Rand McCoy who has run every cross country in his long teaching career. Thank you to our PE staff and House Event Coordinators for their leadership of the carnival. Mr McCoy certainly displays the spirit of Prendiville and is a great role model for our students.

Inclusive Sports Swimming Carnival


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On Friday, the students as part of Education Support participated in the Inclusive Sports Swimming Carnival at Claremont Pool. I am proud to announce that Prendiville Catholic College were the proud recipients of the Sue Bigelow shield at the recent Inclusive Sports Swimming Carnival.

Below is a description of what the shield represents:

Sue Bigelow was a dedicated educator who stood as an example of commitment to excellence having demonstrated leadership and achievement within the Inclusive Sport Sector. She played a significant part in promoting the participation of students with disabilities in sport. The receivers of the shield have displayed outstanding commitment and support for the involvement of their students in the ACC Inclusive Sports carnival.

Congratulations and well done to all students, staff and parents involved on the day.


The College has undertaken a risk assessment of the College car parking areas and traffic flow areas. As a result of the assessment, the College is required to put strategies in place to minimise risk. Over the next term continual observation of traffic flow and parking areas will continue and changes will be made where risk is recognised.

The first stage of change will be changes to the use of the bus bay area which has been identified as a high risk area. The interchange of cars, buses and students presents a high risk situation particularly at after school pick up time.

From the start of Term 2 the following restrictions will apply to the area:

· No parking will be allowed at any time on the grassed island area of the bus bay. This area will be cordoned off to deny access to parking.

· Students may be dropped off before school in the bus bay area.

· There will be no student pick up by car in the afternoons until after 4.00pm. Only buses will be provided with access to the bus bay area.

Whilst it is appreciated these changes may cause some disruption, we have no choice in making these changes to minimise identified risk.

Thank you in advance for your support and cooperation with this matter.


Our mascots are nearly here and will arrive at Prendiville Catholic College on Friday for Prendiville Day. Our mascots have been inspired by student leader workshops and reflect the values and mission of each House Patron.

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To everyone – I commend you for all the effort and enthusiasm you have individually brought to this first term of 2018 – it has been action packed and, at times, challenging but as our cartoon above reflects – together we do achieve great things and without doubt TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER.

See you all back at school on Tuesday 1st May. Remember that we revert to winter uniform first day back.

For your children

Mark Antulov




2020 enrolments are closing. If you currently have a child at Prendiville and haven’t completed an enrolment form for your Year 5 sibling, please act on this ASAP. Please contact me on 9301 6206

Kim Craig



Students and parents are reminded of the change to winter uniform for all students from the first day of Term 2. The College blazer is a compulsory item that must be worn to and from school until the end of PCG each morning. Dresses that require alteration must be ready for the first day of term to sit neatly at the top of the knee.


Annual school photographs will be taken on Thursday 3rd May by Academy Photography. All students must be immaculately attired in full College winter uniform, including blazer. The following grooming standards must be adhered to:

· Hair is combed and/or tied back if below the collar

· Red, black or white hair ties only

· Full winter uniform including blazer (College jumper not to be worn for photos)

· Correct jewellery

· Ties must be worn and top buttons done up

· All badges removed

Students have received envelopes that are individually named. The envelopes must be given to the photographer on Photo Day even if a student is not purchasing photos. Instructions to parents regarding the cost and procedure for purchasing photographs are on the envelope and payment must be included when the envelope is given to the photographer.

Spare photo envelopes will be available from Student Administration for new students and anyone who needs a replacement. Envelopes for family photographs are also available from Student Administration.

Family photographs will be taken during recess and lunchtime on Photo Day. It is the responsibility of family groups to report to the photographer at the beginning of recess or lunch to have a photo taken.

A catch-up photo session on Tuesday 8th May will be available to students who were absent on Photo Day.

Antonette Fazzari

Acting Deputy Principal


The Interhouse Athletics Carnival is on the horizon – 10th May (Year 7-9) and 11th of May (Year 10-12). The carnival is a compulsory event for students to attend and it is a great day for students to participate, have fun and perform to their best of their abilities.

The carnival is run in a tabloid format. Students will be in their Houses and Year groups and will move from one event to the next as a group throughout the day with rest periods at various times during the day. Students will compete within that group at all events and have the option of competing in as many events as possible. Students' results will be put in collectively during the day and students will be ranked across the Year group. The more events the students are involved in, the more points they will obtain individually and for their Houses. The results are also used to help us select our Athletics Team for ACC Carnival in Term 3.

Information regarding the pre-carnival events have been sent out along with food orders for the carnival day for students who will need recess or lunch on the day. Food orders need to be submitted to the Finance office by the 4th May (Term 2, Week 1). The final information for the carnival will be sent out early in Term 2, Week 1.

Lastly, as part of the Athletics Programme, in Term 3 the PE Department along with two specialist coaches from Athletics WA (Lynn Foreman and Kylie Wheeler) will be running training sessions to better prepare our team for the ACC Carnival. Students will be invited to come regardless of ability and it will be great opportunity to learn or improve their skills. A direqt message will be sent out regarding athletics training late in Term 2.

If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact me at

Marius Ndiaye

Head of Physical Education


2018 Summer CAS results

A big congratulations to all students who participated in the Summer CAS season this year. Overall we had 7 out of 14 teams make the finals, 3 of those winning the competition. The Year 8/9 Boys Cricket team, the Year 10-12 Boys Volleyball team and the Year 8/9 Girls Tennis team won the overall CAS flags amongst 5 other schools. A summary of the overall results for Prendiville are below:

  • Junior Boys finished 2nd
  • Senior Boys finished 1st
  • Junior Girls finished 4th
  • Senior Girls finished 2nd

Prendiville finished 2nd for the CAS Summer season which is a fantastic achievement. Hopefully we can do even better in the Winter CAS competition.

Winter CAS trials

Winter CAS trials have commenced this week in preparation for Term 2. Students will be notified if they have made the teams and when training will occur. CAS teams play after school on Tuesdays (Seniors), Wednesdays (Juniors) and Thursdays (Junior AFL). This is a great opportunity for students to participate in a competitive and fun competition. Good luck to all students who trialled this week and for the rest of the CAS season.

2018 Inter-house Cross Country

On Friday 6th April, Prendiville College held the Inter-house Cross Country carnival. It was very impressive to see 485 students run, jog or walk the 4km course. This was a great opportunity for students to show their physical talents, participate with friends and represent their Houses. A special mention to Benjamin Hillen who placed first out of all students and Jon Barry who placed first amongst the competitive teachers. It was great to see multiple parents and teachers supporting the event and the community coming together for a sausage sizzle at the end. The final Cross Country points tally is as follows:

1st Romero- 317 points

2nd Chisholm- 307 points

3rd Francis- 297 points

4th Salvado- 283 points

5th McAuley- 280 points

6th Brigid- 259 points

Congratulations to the following students who received Champion or Runners up for their age group:

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Sporting Achievements

ACC All Stars Swimming team

Alyssa Burgess and Aiden Burgess have been selected into the 2018 ACC All Stars team. This team is an all ACC honorary team consisting of the best two performers in each event across all divisions of carnival. This comprises of more than 70 ACC schools across Western Australia. Alyssa has been selected for the 100m Freestyle, 50m Backstroke, 50m Breastroke, 50m Butterfly and 100m Freestyle team. Aiden has been selected for the 100m Freestyle relay team. Both students will receive an honorary badge and certificate from the ACC. Well done Alyssa and Aiden.

ACC All Stars Cricket team

Scott Gerrans

Congratulations to Scott for being selected in the ACC All Stars Representative Cricket Team. The team competed in a game against the combined government schools (SSWA) team on Monday 19th March at Murdoch University Cricket Ground. The ACC recognised students for their professional conduct on and off the field, representing themselves, their school and our association with pride and commitment. Scott will be presented with an ACC All Stars Cricket badge.

Western Australian Surf Life Saving Championships

Bailey Snelling

Bailey represented Sorrento in the U12’s age group in the WA Surf Life Saving Championship which was held at Scarborough Beach in March this year. Bailey competed in 8 events and placed well in all of these. Bailey finished the competition with two medals, a silver for the surf team event and a bronze for the board relay. Well done Bailey.

Darcey Brooks

Darcey represented Mullaloo in the U16’s age group in the WA Surf Life Saving Champtionship. She competed in 16 events and finished with medals for majority of these events. Darcey won gold in the U17 champion lifesaver which has qualified her to compete in the National Championships. She also won a silver medal in the double ski. Well done Darcey.

Renea Mayer

Acting Sports Coordinator


Thanks to the generous donations and the large participation, the 2018 Easter Raffle was a huge success and we have raised a gross amount of $1306 which will go towards the benefit of all students.

The P&F would like to express our thanks to the parents and PCC community for all Easter egg donations and for purchasing the raffle tickets. There were 116 prizes handed out this year.

A very special thank you to the students and staff of the Education Support Centre who worked so hard assisting the P and F. The students collated all the envelopes and raffle tickets, they assisted with the making up and wrapping of all the prizes and did the raffle draw for all the winners.

It has been a wonderful experience working with Ciara O'Gorman, Sarah George and the team at the ESC. Thank you for all your hard work and being so wonderful.

A big thank you to the parents, staff and committee members that helped with the wrapping of the prizes and all the other preparations to make this event such a success.


Prendiville Catholic College P&F Association


The launch of LifeLink for 2018 took place on Tuesday 20 March at Aranmore Catholic College. There were 25 secondary Catholic schools present and a total of 230 guests in attendance including students, teachers, principals and special guests.

Established by the Archdiocese of Perth in 1994, LifeLink works to provide ongoing financial and promotional support of agencies established or assisted by the Church. LifeLink’s agencies deliver professional services and caring support to thousands of people in need throughout WA each year.

The morning began with addresses from the Most Rev Timothy Costelloe SDB, Archbishop of Perth, the Most Rev Donald G Sproxton, Auxiliary Bishop of Perth, and Ms Diana Alteri, Team Leader, Religious Education and Faith Formation Team, who represented Catholic Education Western Australia’s Acting Executive Director Dr Debra Sayce. Following morning tea, the panel engaged with students through a question and answer session allowing them to get valued feedback and share ideas about maximising LifeLink within the community.

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The money raised in our Prendiville Day stalls will be donated to the appeal for Lifelink 2018.

Marg Tavelli

Head of Religious Education


On Friday March 23rd the Prendiville Catholic College community participated in Crazy Sock Day. Initiated by Brigid House, students were encouraged to wear the craziest socks they could find. We had an outstanding variety of long socks, striped socks, fluro socks, odd socks, socks with bells, socks with name it and someone was wearing them!

This year the theme for Project Compassion was 'For a Just Future'. Throughout Project Compassion students and teachers were encouraged to donate a small contribution to the money box that was placed in every PCG throughout the school. On Crazy Sock Day everyone was encouraged to make an additional gold coin donation which became a huge contribution to Project Compassion because as a whole school community we raised an extra $876.05.

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As a reward for having the craziest socks, winners from every PCG received a chocolate and the winning student from each House was given a $25 gift voucher to spend at Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre. Representatives from the Brigid House Council also went and voted for the top 3 craziest socks worn by the staff.

Thank you to everyone who participated and donated to this worthwhile cause.

Carlotta Forsyth

Year 8


Wednesday 21st March was the Chisholm House Day of Inclusion. This is a day where Chisholm House united and celebrated the qualities of Caroline Chisholm with a special focus on inclusivity.

The Chisholm House students and staff certainly lived up to the House theme of ‘Stronger Together’ and started the day with a Mass which was attended by an impressive amount of students. This was then followed up by a sweet treat for all Chisholm House members in the form of a Krispy Kreme donut in the sunken garden during PCG time. Left over donuts were sold at recess to raise funds for Project Compassion.

Ms Charles, Chisholm Events Coordinator, also took the opportunity to work with the Chisholm House Council on a secret project to ‘get the school smiling’. School bells were replaced throughout the day with popular songs which make people happy. It was fantastic to see students across the College dancing at the end of class or excitedly guessing at what the next song would be.

Chisholm’s Day of Inclusion was a great success, which teamed with the ‘Smile Activity’, really embraced the theme of Inclusivity, with everyone at Prendiville Catholic College grinning from ear to ear.

Lisa Wolfe

Acting Chisholm House Coordinator

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BANG! CLASH! THUD! As we watched the knights fight, the crowd cheering them on, to find out who would be crowned victor, that’s just where the fun began. On Tuesday 27th March, the Year 8 students took part in a Medieval Night. The excitement of the night began way before the event, building castles to be displayed on the night as well as choosing a costume to wear. We had princesses, knights, peasants, Lords, Monks and don’t forget the Kings. It all began as soon as we arrived. We started off playing many games including tug of war, diablos, archery, chess and much more. We were then summoned to watch the knights from the West Australian Berserkers fight to the death (till one was on the ground). We were very lucky to witness this as they will be representing Australia in Rome at this year's Battle of the Nations. We were then treated to a medieval feast, which for many was a real highlight of the night. We were served roast pork, beef stew, potatoes, bubble and squeak and don’t forget the sticky date pudding. The best castles and the best costumes were then rewarded with prizes. Overall the night was a great success and we would definitely recommend it to future Year 8 students.

Georgia Brereton and Ashleigh Westcott

Year 8

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Car Spray Incursion

Last month the Year 11 Certificate III Visual Arts class participated in our annual Rally Car spray paint incursion. Local street artist Trevor Bly again facilitated the day giving students an insight into the practical skills required to complete an artwork on a car. Kelvin Woods (father of Alyssa, Year 11) has signed up for his seventh Cancer Council Rally, and this year he will be driving from Brisbane to Darwin in a 1974 Triumph 2500TC raising money for the charity. The Creative Arts Department would like to thank him for this excellent opportunity and we wish him luck for the rally this month. If anyone would like to contribute to his efforts, please follow the link below.

Car Rally Donations

Eamon Matthews

Head of Creative and Digital Arts

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It's has been a hive of activity across all year levels in Term 1.

The energetic Year 7 classes have been designing clay boats and continue to learn hand building clay techniques. Year 8 classes have been competing detailed pencil drawings outside the classroom for an illustrated Concertina book. The Year 9 Project Art classes have worked on painting skills for a portrait and we have seen some phenomenal studies of faces throughout the early stages of the project.

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Year 9 students created mixed-media pieces inspired by Western Australian artist, Gregory Pryor in Studio Art. Their work, influenced by the devastating bushfires that struck Esperance in 2015, has been displayed in the PAC foyer for the past month. The work was shown to Gregory Pryor who commented on how beautiful they were with a real sensitivity for the theme for the Australian bush and regeneration.

The Year 10 students have been very industrious and their ukulele inspired artworks are nearing completion. We look forward to showcasing their work in the PAC next term.

All of the Art students should be very proud of their achievements this term.

Michelle Bryant

Art Teacher

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Year 7 Science Astronomy Night

On Monday 26 March a group of enthusiastic young Science club members attended the annual Astronomy night. The students got to be part of an interactive presentation by Richard Tonello - an astronomer from the Gingin Observatory. Richard spoke of the night sky, our place in space and time and then spent 25 minutes in a question and answer session. The students really gained an incredible insight into Astronomy and enjoyed the opportunity to engage with a 'Real Life Scientist' Thanks you to all the Science staff and students who attended this engaging and exciting evening.

Margarita Tranquille

Acting Head of Science

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Year 9 Science Lake Joondalup Excursion 2018

This term, the Science Department took the Year 9 students to Neil Hawkins park to study the ecology of Lake Joondalup. Students participated in taking measurements of the waterway, birdwatching, looking at macroinvertebrates from the lake, and listening to ecologist, Mandy Bamford.

Our Science topic for Year 9 is Ecology which is the study of ecosystems. To get us started with this topic, we went on a field trip excursion to the Neil Hawkins Park, Lake Joondalup. We were able to do fun activities and look at the wildlife in its natural habitat. Some of the activities included walking around to the signs to see the history of Joondalup, the animals that were in the area, the natural environment and plants. We were also able to have a talk with experts that showed us some of the life that was around the park and lake. They taught us about the environment and how it changes and affects the animals. They also brought with them a lizard to show us and interesting facts about these creatures and animals everywhere. Before going to Lake Joondalup, I thought it would be like any other topic we learn in Science but once we went on this excursion it made me more intrigued and interested into this introduced topic. This excursion made learning about the ecosystem fun and enjoyable for everyone. I learnt so many new things from this experience and getting to do it with my friends made it even better.

Nyssa Belamide

The students were wonderfully well behaved and interested, as always.

Mrs Judy Georgiu

Science Teacher

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Year 11 ATAR Earth and Environmental Science Peppermint Grove and Cottesloe 2018

Earlier in Term 1, the Year 11 EES students had their first taste of environmental fieldwork. They visited Peppermint Grove and Cottesloe Beach to learn about sedimentary rocks and their formations. These rocks and formations give us clues to our geological history. We had a wonderful tour guide from Earth Science WA show us around the key spots in these two locations. Students were invited to 'kiss the rocks' in order to get up close and personal when looking at the grains and minerals. They were even lucky enough to view Sculptures By The Sea.

The students gained important knowledge on key EES syllabus points that is difficult to demonstrate in a classroom setting. They were exceptional in their conduct and represented the College wonderfully.

Mrs Judy Georgiu

Science Teacher

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The Prendiville Gallery and TIDE Studios were opened to the public last Sunday for a day of family fun. People of all ages worked alongside each other creating fused glass jewellery and crosses. Light refreshments were enjoyed as people took the opportunity to browse the Prendiville Gallery and purchase custom made items.

It was a fantastic opportunity for FlexEd and 3D Design students to demonstrate their glassworking skills as they helped visitors and they enjoyed showcasing their own work and that of TIDE Staff who also had artworks on display.

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We would like to thank everyone that came along and participated in our wonderful programme. Because of the huge involvement from the public, we all had a blast and it was such a success that we are aiming to do this again. Our appreciation lengthens to include our fellow students who voluntarily came down to help and guide our visitors when making their amazing creations.

Hopefully the day inspired future students to have a go in this delightful course. It was a tremendous day of observing and creating fantastic artworks that would not have been possible without our incredible teachers whom we would like to thank for putting this whole day together.

Akailah Fernando, Mitchell Rigney & Kyanne Cumming

Year 10


Opening Hours McKillop Library

Monday-Thursday: 7.30am – 5.30pm

Friday: 7.30am – 4.00pm

Recess and Lunch every day

Please note there is no supervision of students outside of these hours.

Holiday Reading

Books~Books~Books~Read~Read~Read …

Need a reason to read books?

1. Read to relax
2. Read to explore the world
3. Read to learn about the past
4. Read to plan for the future
5. Read to visit new places
6. Read to make a good decision
7. Read to have fun
8. Read to exercise your mind
9. Read to create great things
10. Read to keep in touch

If you haven’t already organised your holiday reading, it’s not too late come into the Library to get some print books. Our new fiction titles can be found on the bay ends in the Fiction section of the Library.

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Alternatively, visit our Wheelers eBook platform where you will find over 3000 titles which include fiction, non fiction and audio books. Our selection of eBooks is wide and varied. Our Wheelers eBooks are available to browse and borrow 24 hourly and can be accessed via the student dashboard using the usual school user name and password. Any problems playing the audio books just update the Wheelers App which should solve the issue.

Year 7 Homework Club

Each Wednesday in L1 in the Library there is a Year 7 Homework Club, which is run by Year 11 & 12 students.

Study Tutors

Study tutors are also available to help with schoolwork on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in the Library between 3.30pm – 5.30pm.

Year 7-10 Library Forums

Keep an eye on the Year 7-12 Library Forums which are a useful way to recommend books to others as well as find a good book to read for yourself. There this also other useful information on the forums to do with all things Library, Literature and Research. The forums can be found in SEQTA Learn~Forums.


Prendiville Catholic College Career Expo

Thank you to the students, parents and guardians of Years 10 -12 who came along to the Prendiville Catholic College Mini Career & Tertiary Expo recently. The afternoon was very well attended and many useful careers conversations were had. Thanks also to the representatives who came along from the following training organisations. AMA Apprenticeship & Traineeship Services, Apprenticeship Support Australia, Construction Training Fund, Curtin University, Defence Force Recruiting, Edith Cowan College, Edith Cowan University, Electrical Group Training, Engineers Australia, Mass Recruitment, Master Plumbers Association, Motor Trade Association of WA, Murdoch University, North Metropolitan TAFE, University of Notre Dame and University of WA.

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Career Events Calendar April - May 2018

11 April - Murdoch Teaching and Education Information Evening

17 - 19 April - CQU Individual Advisory Sessions Year 10 and 11

18 April - UWA Individual Advisory Sessions

26 April - Curtin Getting into Medicine Information Session

30 April - Fogarty Foundation Scholarships close

1 May - ECU Year 11 and 12 Parent Information Evening, Joondalup

2 May - Year 11 and 12 Parent Information Evening, Mt Lawley

3 May - ECU Psych, Counselling, Criminology Info Evening, Joondalup

7 May - CQU Campus Tours

7 May - UWA Campus Tour

9 May - Murdoch Alternative Pathways Information Evening

9 May - CQU Course Information Evening

9 May - UWA Course Information Evening Year 10 - 11

9 May - UWA Course Information Evening Year 12

9 May - Murdoch Alternative Pathways Evening

15 May - ECU WAAPA Tour, Mt Lawley

17 – 20 May - Careers Expo Perth Convention Centre

23 May - ECU Teacher Education Evening, Mt Lawley

23 May - Murdoch Law and Criminology Information Evening

24 May - ECU Year 10 Parent Info Evening, Mt Lawley

29 May - ECU Year 10 Parent Info Evening, Bunbury

30 May - ECU Media, Arts, Design, Communications, Mt Lawley

30 May - Notre Dame Course Info and Expo Evening


Now is the perfect time to order a NEW 2018 | 2019 Entertainment Membership because, for a limited time, you’ll receive over $180 of valuable Early Bird Offers you can use over the school holidays!

Your purchase of an Entertainment Membership contributes towards our school. The more Memberships we sell, the more we raise, so please tell your family and friends.


Here are some valuable Early Bird Offers you can use over the school holidays!

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Prendiville Catholic College

Jackie Gill




Friday 13 March - Prendiville Day

Friday 13 March - End of of Term 1

Monday 30 April - Pupil free day

Tuesday 1 May - Term 2 commences

Thursday 3rd May - School Photograph Day

Thursday 10 May - Year 7-9 Interhouse Athletics Carnival

Friday 11 May - Year 10 - 12 Interhouse Athletics Carnival


St Simon Peter Parish, Ocean Reef

Sat - 6pm, Sun - 8am, 10am and 5pm

Our Lady of the Mission Parish, Whitfords

Sat - 6.30pm, Sun - 8am, 9.30am, 11am and 5.45pm

St Andrews Parish, Clarkson

Sat - 6pm, Sun - 7.30am, 9am and 5.30pm

St Luke's Parish, Woodvale

Sat - 6pm, Sun - 8am and 9.30am

St Anthony's Parish, Wanneroo

Sat - 6.30pm, Sun - 7.30am, 9am and 6pm

All Saint's Parish, Greenwood

Sat - 6pm, Sun - 7.30am, 9am, 10.30am and 5.30pm

St John Paul II Catholic Primary School, Banksia Grove

Mon to Sat - 8am, Sat - 6pm, Sun - 9.30am


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The Hub: A Home For Bright New Ideas!

Perth Cricket Academy

What better way to celebrate the end of the season than to participate with 7 of your friends in a fun filled, competitive T20 competition. Being held at Prendiville Catholic College during the April Holidays its a great way to spend the day competing for the title of PCA T20 Champions, with prizes and music, it’s sure to be a a good day out. Maximum of 4 teams in each age group gives teams 2 full T20 games played under proper cricket rules. Winners of the first 2 games will play off for the title, whilst the other 2 teams fight it our for 3rd and 4th. Cost per team of 8 players is $792.00 and included in this is a PCA Cap and Team coloured shirt. For further information please don’t hesitate to contact Paolo Franzoni on 0430 344 122 or at

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Senator Jordan Steele-John

The youngest senator in the history of Australian politics visited The Hub on Thursday April 11th and shared his ambitions, philosophies and wisdom with a 100 strong crowd.
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